Emma Langford Quiet Giant is a gift to music lovers Emma Langford Quiet Giant is the brand new, debut album from the Limerick songstress. It’s an incredible offering of ten stunning tracks, each equally as beautiful as the next. We loved it so much so that in a Ceol Caint first, both Rachel and Lofty […] The post Ceol Review: Emma Langford Quiet Giant appeared first on Ceol Caint.
Lofty takes a look at the new Maria Doyle Kennedy album Lofty reviews the new Maria Doyle Kennedy album which he calls both confident and compelling. Read the full review below. The self-titled album from Maria Doyle Kennedy is a work of a confident artist which sees her questioning and challenging many of the injustices […] The post Lofty Reviews: new Maria Doyle Kennedy album appeared first on Ceol Caint.
Lofty reviews The New Vice EP from Otherkin Otherkin are a band who just explode with energy and the The New Vice EP builds on the promise that they displayed on their previous effort The 201 EP. “I Was Born” the lead single showcases the quintessential Otherkin sound, pace, power and an infectious sing along […] The post Lofty Reviews: Otherkin – The New Vice EP appeared first on Ceol Caint.
Angela reviews Chase the River – Listen to Your Inner Duck Belfast folk duo Chase the River, Stuart Lunn & Lizzie Little, formed in late 2014 and already had an EP to their name by mid 2015. This year they release their debut album ‘Listen to your inner Duck’, an album of 9 songs, and […] The post Angela Reviews: Chase the River – Listen to Your Inner Duck appeared first on Ceol Caint.
Lofty Reviews the new album from Little Green Cars- Ephemera Little Green Cars seem like they have been around an age whilst still sounding like fresh kids on the block. It’s been about 4 years since their first tentative demos appeared online and even in their formative years they were already showing the talent that […] The post Lofty Reviews: Little Green Cars – Ephemera appeared first on Ceol Caint.